Tutorial: How to enable Android connection sharing

Tutorial: How to enable Android connection sharing

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<p style=Want to share your connection on Android? Your smartphone can indeed turn into a modem, and this very simply. Here is our video tutorial.

We've already talked to you about Android tethering before: How to share your Android internet connection: tethering. This feature allows you to use your data plan via another device, usually a computer. This is particularly convenient for roaming, or car for example to quietly check his email from his laptop.

We have concoct a little tutorial video, which expique in pictures how:

  • enable connection sharing
  • configure the network name (SSID) and password

Link to the video

Note that there are several applications that offer advanced options to manage your connection more deeply, including security, use of data and stats. Among these, we can mention:

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